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One of West Virginia's Oldest Distributing Microbreweries and Tap Room.
Get Out, Explore, Bring Beer” We want everyone to experience the meaning behind our motto and Wild and Wonderful West Virginia by enjoying our tasty and refreshing craft beer after a day of adventure.
Big Timber Brewing’s brewery and taproom is located in the Heart of Appalachia, Elkins, West Virginia. Our name pays homage to the surrounding forests and the industry that built our community. We make beer we love and enjoy doing it, creating a product that we, our town, and our State can take pride in. What started as a dream, became a reality in 2014 when our first keg went out the door, and our commitment to our beer, our community, and our dream continues to grow stronger everyday.
We are located in Hagerstown, and we are proudly western Maryland’s first craft brewery. Our ales are handcrafted in small batches using only the finest ingredients and freshest hops to ensure the highest quality and freshest beer available.
One might say the spark for the idea behind the brewery happened in 1992 with a visit to Cortina, Italy. Founders, Steve and Heidi Crandall were on a ski trip and were introduced to a German beer called Weihenstephan. This first real “craft” beer experience started a trend in the Crandall household, planting the seed that slowly grew into an idea, and then bloomed to become Devils Backbone Brewing Company.
A crisp and refreshing cider made with local Blue Ridge Apples.
Country Boy Brewing was founded in February, 2012 by four Kentucky boys with a passion for unique Craft Brews. Co-founders Daniel Harrison and Nathan Coppage fell in love with brewing while teaching in Japan. They met partner Jeff Beagle through the local homebrew club, and joined forces with Nathan’s brother Evan Coppage. A plan to open a home-grown craft brewery was born.
Southern Tier Brewing Company of Lakewood, New York, has grown to produce more than 100,000 barrels of beer annually. The hand crafted ales are now available in more than thirty States and points beyond. Founders Phineas DeMink and Allen “Skip” Yahn started the brewery with the vision of reviving the practice of small batch brewing to a region rich in brewing tradition. In 2002, with equipment gained from the purchase of the Old Saddleback Brewing Co. in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, the Southern Tier Brewing Company began production in the Stoneman Business Park just outside of Lakewood, New York. By 2003, select varieties of small batch ales were locally distributed, and by 2005, sales covered the majority of New York State and Pennsylvania. Before launching a successful roster of seasonal beers, the brewery produced Pilsner, Mild Ale, and India Pale Ale.